Western Australia's bike blackspots

This Bike Blackspot map is a compilation of cycling blackspots throughout Western Australia submitted by cyclists using the Bike Blackspot app for iPhone. 

You can zoom in and move the map to see the feedback submitted from your area.

To add your own feedback, get the 'bike blackspot' iPhone application and send us a report.
If you don't have an iPhone, simply email your feedback with the location and a photo of the blackspot to Scott.Ludlam@aph.gov.au

The information collected will be used to lobby for serious funding for cycling infrastructure to build a better network. Your report will also be forwarded directly to the Transport Minister and used to inform our response to the State Governments Bike Plan.
So tell us - Where are the most obvious gaps or dangerous parts of the cycle network you use? Where is key cycling infrastructure lacking? Which routes are incomplete? Where are end of trip facilities most needed?
We will compile your feedback and use it to help develop our bikeplan initiative.

The Bike Blackspot campaign has gone national!
Click here to see melbourne.bikeblackspot.org  

Latest on Western Australia's bike blackspots


Greens back Fund Our Future campaign for outer suburbs

01 Feb 2016

The Australian Greens have thrown support behind a plan that ensures people living in the expanding outer suburbs of Australia’s capital cities have access to the same services of inner-city residents.


Government snubs investment in cycleways

28 May 2014

Despite a growing proportion of bike riders, despite issues around the climate, energy security, traffic congestion, increasing obesity and many more- our government wishes only to invest in roads and handball the issue to underfunded and uninterested states.


Launch of the Bike Blackspot app

24 Mar 2012

Senator Scott Ludlam, Heinrich Benz and Clint Shaw launch the Bike Blackspot App for iPhone at the Northbridge Piazza.

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